|Cathy Porter-Maynard (#47009361)|
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"But don't forget the pioneers!
Brave heroes and heroines!
Their graves shall yet be found,
And monuments shall mark their dust,
As sacred earth and ground."
SOURCE: Mr. Wally Garchow.
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|Dallas Logue||Logue Family|
Cathy my name is Dallas Logue, my father is Wayne Logue, his father is Jesse Logue and his father is Edwin Logue. I'm trying to find Edwin's father and mother, I thought it was James B. Logue and Arabella Logue(Lane) from caption under photo of Edwin/Susan/Jesse in Edwin's memorial. When I go to James and Arabella's memorial it doesn't show Edwin as one of his children? Could you possibly try and clarify this for me.
|Carolyn Wagner||Milo E Smith|
Cathy, Was Milo's wife Bessie buried near him or next to him? She was a cousin of my mother's.
|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
I have two picture of Martin Ruhr's grave...I just need spaces for two pictures...if you'd like me to add them...
Added by BJ on Jan 09, 2014 11:09 PM
|Julie Bissell Tupker||Jetta Lenore Tupker|
I did some link additions tonight on the Tupkers and Porters (Jetta Tupker was born Jetta Lenore Tupker) and noticed the obituary on Jetta's memorial page.
There are a couple errors in the obituary that should be corrected and I hoped that you could make the corrections.
1. In the paragraph outlining the survivors, it states "a great-grandson, Richard Edward Tupker."
It ~should~ say, "Michael Edward Tupker". They got the first name incorrect.
2. In the paragraph on who preceded Jetta in death, it should have also have mentioned the following:
"a great grand-son, Robert Edward Tupker."
Michael and Robert are the sons of Allen and Julie Ann (Bissell) Tupker. Robert died 2 days after birth in 1978 and Michael is living.
I don't know if you can correct the original obit, or just add an addendum giving the correct information.
BTW...can you tell me what your connection to Jetta Porter Tupker is? I see that your maiden name was Porter, so I'm curious.
Julie Bissell Tupker
|Deborah Vetrone||RE: Howard Edward Tupker (1927-1983).|
Thanks so much! You are very speedy!
Have a great holiday season! Deb
|Melody Ridgeway||RE: Cleora (Day) Bewley, descendant of Mayflower Pilgrim Richard Warren.|
|Mary Yeoman Sholey||Harriett Yeoman Hopkins|
I saw the photos you posted on her memorial page. Very nice picture of Aunt Harriett. Was wondering where you got them? Are you related?
|Glenn Fleming||RE: Thanks, for all that you do....|
Thank you for the kind words.And Thank you for the story of your Father and his Uncle Bill.I have been to the Reno Methodist Cemetery a few times and have been fortunate to visit every cemetery in Cass County.
I am not originally from this area but I so enjoy helping others with ancestors here.Some of their families have become my surrogate family.As I tell them I sometimes think I know more about their families than I do my own!
|Donna Markey||RE: Thank you for your kind heart, and generous spirit.|
Glad I could help. Happy searching!
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